sapõ

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[saˈpo]

1. masculine noun Soap.

Etymology: From Late Latin sapo.

secamã

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[ˌsekaˈma]

1. masculine noun Towel.

Etymology: From seca, third person of the present tense of verb secre, plus , something that dries the hand.

secre

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[ˈsekɾe]

1. transitive verb To dry.

Etymology: From sec plus derivative suffix -re.

sawemã

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[ˌsaweˈma]

1. masculine noun Glove.

Etymology: From sawe, third person of the present tense of verb sawăre, plus .

sawechap

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[ˌsaweˈt͡ʃap]

1. masculine noun Hat.

Etymology: From sawe, third person of the present tense of verb sawăre, plus chap.

sollerer

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[soʎeˈɾeɾ]

1. masculine noun Shoemaker.

Etymology: From soller plus derivative suffix -er.

speix

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[ʃpeʃ]

1. masculine noun Mirror.

Etymology: From Latin speculum.

sawevestament

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[ˌsaweveʃtaˈment]

1. masculine noun Apron.

Etymology: From sawe, third person of the present tense of verb sawăre, plus vestament, it protects clothes.

sawăre

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[ˈsawəɾe]

1. transitive verb To save, to protect.

Etymology: From Latin salvare.

superhaut

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[supeˈɾau̯t]

1. masculine noun Overcoat.

Etymology: From derivative prefix super- plus haut.